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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
The Tomatometer is 75% or higher, with 40 reviews (movies) or 20 reviews (TV). At least 5 reviews from Top Critics.
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I love to explore life's adventures and passions through women, cinema, books, music, walks, cafes, discussions, theater, comics, photography, painting and of course, meeting new people.
I believe in liberal ideas refreshed with an anarchic style. Narrow-minded quotations will be heavily argued and I have the ability to prove my choices.
Some things I love are: steaks, art nude photography, James Joyce, philosophy, table tennis, Mary Wollstonecraft, mythologies, M.I.A, honesty and chocolate milk.
Some things I despise are: military, governments, Adolphe Hitler, cops, Paris Hilton, conservatism, porn, Uwe Boll, fascism and chauvinism.
Decalogue of Things I Repulse from Cinema
1: Dubbed films (yes, including animation)
3: Top 10 lists of U.S. critics
4: 90% of remakes (without having seen them as well) .
5: Bad marketing of theatrical released "small films".
6: Modern Hollywood/Bollywood and studio fascism.
7: Independent cinema going mainstream.
8: Cell-phones, commercials and blockbuster aka brainwashing previews inside the theatre.
9: Tedious sequels.
10: Academy Awards, Golden Globes and any of the glamorous award shows.
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Liberating thoughts circling the masculine minds..so what happens when the female responds in equal tension and..bewilderment?crafting detail of the sunlight and perhaps a lighter work for Bergman excluding the last quarter.